The trail is open seven days a week, throughout the year (closed Christmas Day) and opens at 9.00 a.m. Closing times vary according to the time of year.
|Period||Opening Time||Last Entry|
|March 1st to March 31st||9.00am||4.00pm|
|April 1st to August 31st||9.00am||7.00pm|
|September 1st to October 31st||9.00am||4.00pm|
|November 1st to February 28th/29th||9.00am||2.30pm|
The trail takes on average 2 hours and 30 minutes to complete, so please bear this in mind as you will need to complete the trail before darkness.
Limited Free Parking
Limited free parking is included in the ticket price on a 'first come first served' basis. Please park your car and then pay at the top end of the car park to enter the trail.
Buy an activity pack from the Ticket Office (£1.00) including activity sheet and pencil. Find the 10 wooden marker posts around the trail, shown marked on the map. Take a pencil rubbing at each marker post. Complete the Word Search and Quiz Questions.
Hand in the completed sheet at the Ticket Office to claim your prize.
The total length of the trail is 4.3 miles (7km), so you should allow between 2 and 4 hours to complete it.
The trail follows a well-defined footpath which runs as close to the edge of the two rivers as possible to provide spectacular views of the waterfalls. The path includes a large number of steps which means that it is unsuitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs. We would advise wearing walking boots or strong shoes.
The trail is strenuous and passes through areas which are dangerous if you leave the path.
To ensure your enjoyment of the trail please:
- Keep to the main footpath
- Wear suitable footwear (e.g. walking boots or strong shoes)
- Read and follow all warning signs
- Supervise children at all times
- Take extra care in wet weather as the footpath may be slippery
Rapidly changing river levels means the walk can be shut at short notice in adverse weather. In adverse weather conditions, please call the ticket office to check the trail is open.
Responsible dog owners are welcome to use the trail. On certain sections of the trail and when crossing farmland dogs must be kept on a lead.